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Re: Connect via telnet to the internal AS/400 from the internet.



fixed

Try to Traceroute from the internet to the AS/400. Also try to
traceroute from the AS/400 to the internet. That should give you a clue
as to what is going on.

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>>> sbalkaya@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 2004-10-22 06:57:28 >>>

I have added  Default route on my AS400 but nothing has changed Chris.
Is there any other thing that i should take into consideration ?



----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Chris Bipes 
  To: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion' 
  Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 11:48 PM
  Subject: RE: Connect via telnet to the internal AS/400 from the
internet.


  Do you have a default route on your AS400 to your Linksys Router?  I
would
  first enable SSL for your AS400 Telnet server and open 992 not the
unsecured
  23.  But either way, you will need to do one of the two:
  1. have a default route to your Linksys router
  2. NAT inbound at our Linksys router to your internal IP scheme.

  I would: ADDTCPRTE RTEDEST(*DFTROUTE)
            SUBNETMASK(*NONE) 
            NEXTHOP(LINKSYS router IP address)  

  -----Original Message-----

  > Hi everybody
  >
  > I am not so sure whether this is the right platform for my question
but i
  > hope i will get your help and  answers.
  >
  > We have an AS/400 on our internal network.  We can connect to it
via
  telnet
  > on the internal network, from any client.  We have a DSL internet
  connection
  > with a single external IP and a Linksys router.  We have forwarded
TCP
  port
  > 80 on the Linksys router to a Windows Web Server and it works
perfectly.
  >
  > We similarly want to be able to connect via telnet to the internal
AS/400
  > from the internet.  We have forwarded TCP port 23 on the Linksys
router to
  > the AS/400 , but unable to connect.  We get the message "Could not
open
  > connection to the host, on port 23: Connect Failed".
  >
  >  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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